Cocaine Rehab - Rehab Guide

Cocaine Rehab

Cocaine Rehab

Cocaine rehab can help you get back in control of your addiction and the challenges it brings in a safe, understanding environment.  We are here to offer a helping hand in your journey to overcoming cocaine use.

Deaths caused by powdered cocaine and crack cocaine have seen an alarming increase in recent years. Many attribute this to an increased purity of cocaine, and it sometimes being cut with the likes of Fentanyl. If you have a problem with cocaine, it is vital you seek help.

Admitting you have a problem and need help with a drug addiction is a vital first step in recovery. You may well have already tried various methods of cutting back or quitting that have not been successful. This is very common in those who suffer from addiction. Not many realise it is a serious mental and physical health illness that requires professional help to recover from.

It is perfectly natural to feel apprehensive about being admitted to a cocaine rehab for treatment. Here, we break down exactly what you can expect during your stay and the treatment you will receive. Furthermore, we also provide guidance on who needs a cocaine treatment clinic and the benefits of attending one.

Who Needs Cocaine Rehab?

Before going into what our leading addiction recovery centres have to offer, it is helpful to understand if you have a cocaine addiction problem that requires inpatient treatment.

Not everyone who uses cocaine requires professional intervention. Some people can use this powerful Class A drug recreationally, and they can take it or leave it.  A few, however, will feel compelled to use cocaine regardless of the possible consequences.

If you have suffered a cocaine overdose, for example, this would be enough to put most people off from using the drug ever again. In someone with addiction, however, whilst consequences can make them want to give up, they find themselves unable to.

At Detox Plus UK, we believe in taking a holistic approach to cocaine rehab, addressing not only the physical aspects of addiction but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual components. Our team are dedicated to providing personalised care that meets your unique treatment needs and circumstances.

Do I Have A Cocaine Addiction?

We suggest answering the following questions honestly to determine if you have a problem with cocaine that requires professional treatment.

  • Do you use the drug every day and feel you have a cocaine dependence?
  • When you start using cocaine, do you often binge on it and lose control of your drug use?
  • Have you tried community-based recovery groups but still not been able to give up?
  • Have you tried to quit or control your cocaine use but always relapsed?
  • Is your mental or physical health suffering as a result of your cocaine use?
  • Do you need cocaine’s stimulant effects to operate and complete everyday tasks?
  • Has your cocaine use increased in frequency or amount over time?
  • Have other people mentioned that they feel you have a drug problem?
  • Do you feel ashamed or guilty about your cocaine habit?
  • Do you try to hide your cocaine use from others?

If you have answered yes to any of the above questions, there is a good chance that you would benefit from cocaine addiction therapy and admission to a cocaine rehabilitation clinic.  If you are still unsure, please call and have a chat with one of our addiction experts, who can advise you further.

We have a range of treatment options for both powder cocaine addiction and crack cocaine addiction. Whether you are looking for inpatient treatment or outpatient therapy, we will find the right treatment programme for you or your loved one.

Scotland has the highest drug death rate in Europe, with the UK not far behind.

What Happens In Cocaine Rehab?

If you decide to proceed with a cocaine addiction intervention and admit to one of our CQC-registered cocaine rehabs, you can be assured of the best possible treatment to enable both your physical recovery and mental recovery.

No one approach works for all cocaine addicts. This is why we use a holistic treatment approach designed to heal the whole person.

We offer a range of treatment options tailored to suit individual preferences and requirements. From residential inpatient programmes to outpatient services, our goal is to create an environment where you can focus on healing and rebuilding your life.

Physical Recovery

The first part of cocaine treatment will consist of medical treatment to assist your physical recovery. On arriving at a cocaine rehab, you will be comprehensively assessed by a doctor or psychiatrist. They will discuss with you your cocaine addiction detox options. 

A cocaine detox usually consists of approved pharmaceutical medications that will be used for a short period to keep you calm and relaxed and reduce cocaine cravings. These medications will be administered by qualified nurses or professionals qualified in detox. Throughout the process, you will be monitored around the clock and provided with motivational and supportive therapies to help keep you focused and engaged.

In addition to medication, we have several cocaine addiction clinics that can also provide vitamin infusions to support your detoxification. Aside from medication, nutrition is also an important part of recovery. While using cocaine, it is likely that your body wasn’t getting enough of the right vitamins and nutrients. Cocaine is an appetite suppressant and can lead to malnutrition. Crack cocaine can have even more of an impact on a person’s appetite. A cocaine rehab will address nutritional deficiencies through supplements and a diet rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.  Good nutrition also helps the brain to recover and reduces cravings.

Call us to find out about local cocaine rehabs near you 

Cocaine Addiction Therapy Programme

Once you are physically feeling better, you will then be ready to undergo a bespoke rehabilitation programme. Drug addiction treatment typically consists of several components to treat the mind, body and spirit. It is also important to unearth and treat the root causes of your cocaine use for long-term addiction recovery.

Additionally, you will receive comprehensive treatment for any dual diagnosis mental health illness such as anxiety, depression or PTSD. You will be assessed and monitored for this throughout the duration of your treatment. Simultaneous treatment of co-occurring mental health problems with addiction is proven to bring about the best long-term success rates.

Cocaine Addiction Therapies:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Dual diagnosis treatment
  • Dialectical behavioural therapy (DBT)
  • Individual counselling
  • Psychotherapy
  • Introduction to Cocaine Anonymous meetings for cocaine addicts
  • Group therapy
  • 12-step therapy
  • Trauma therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Relapse prevention strategies
  • Addiction education

As well as evidence-based talking therapies, a cocaine rehab will also provide a variety of proven and enjoyable holistic therapies. This may include treatments such as art therapy, acupuncture, mindfulness, yoga and many more.

If you have a dual dependence on another substance, such as alcohol or an opioid, this will also be comprehensively treated with a medical detox and a rehabilitation programme.

Anti-craving medications for alcohol, such as disulfiram and naltrexone, may also be discussed as part of your long-term recovery plan. Interestingly, Disulfiram, also known as Antabuse, has been tested in clinical trials for the treatment of cocaine abuse and opioid abuse. Medications such as these can be a helpful tool in remaining abstinent during the early weeks and months following rehab.

What Else Happens In Cocaine Rehab?

Cocaine addiction treatment is very comprehensive and intensive in rehab. In addition to undergoing detox and rehabilitation delivered by qualified professionals, you can also expect respite time and recreation time. 

Our elite clinics work hard to find a balance that is enjoyable for our residents. Many of our luxury cocaine rehabs have private gymnasiums and spa facilities to add enrichment to the recovery journey. You may also benefit from enjoyable excursions and will have allocated visiting times for close friends and family.

The simple fact is that the majority of people really enjoy their experience in cocaine rehab and benefit greatly from all the treatment they receive, with the goal being lasting recovery.

What Happens After Rehab?

The recovery journey doesn’t end when rehab treatment has finished. As part of our extensive service, you will be provided with a detailed and tailored aftercare plan. 

Your aftercare plan will include achievable recovery goals for you to work towards and identify your cocaine addiction triggers, re-enforcing helpful coping strategies that you will have learned whilst in treatment. Local details of cocaine addiction help services will also be included, and you will be encouraged to attend local meetings of Cocaine Anonymous.

Each person has varying needs and circumstances. Once they have completed inpatient treatment, ongoing therapy may be included, and you will be advised to regularly attend aftercare sessions. 

Family recovery is also a crucial part of the healing journey and shows increased treatment success rates. We will help your family to understand the illness of addiction and how they can best support you and themselves once you return home.

Paying And Cocaine Rehab Cost

Many chronic cocaine users naturally end up in debt and, sadly, burn bridges with family members. However, you might be surprised how your family reacts when you tell them you want professional treatment for your drug use. Most families will be greatly relieved and will contribute towards the cost. We are also happy to speak to family members about this on your behalf if you are worried they won’t take you seriously.

Are Drug Rehab Centres Free?

All drug and alcohol rehabs are privately owned, but many will take NHS-paid-for referrals and drug rehab orders from courts. 

Free cocaine rehab can be accessed through your local community treatment programs. By attending these services, you will be allocated a key worker who can advise you of the funding status in your particular area. Some areas have a budget to provide residential drug rehab on the NHS, and some don’t. However, if they do, it is not a quick process, but it is an option if you don’t have the necessary funds available.

If you are looking for low-cost treatment for cocaine addiction, we have a number of budget-friendly options that we can talk you through. Whatever your treatment needs, location and budget, we will do our best to ensure a successful recovery.

Paying For Rehab With Insurance

Many cocaine rehabs will accept payment from reputable health insurance companies such as BUPA and AXA. This is often a simple process and something we can help you with. Call us to find out more and if you are covered.

Drug Rehab With No Insurance

The cost of cocaine rehab varies depending on the treatment facility you choose. Residential rehab, where you stay at the centre, tends to be more expensive than outpatient treatment. This is because inpatient rehab includes intensive treatment services, accommodation, medications, food, professional services and additional insurance policies required for your care. 

The rehabs we use also meet strict standards and comply with government regulations to ensure high-quality treatment and accommodation. All of our treatment centres are registered with the Care Quality Commission and provide the highest level of care and service available.

Usually, cocaine rehab starts at around £1,500 per week. In a typical 28-day inpatient programme, you’ll spend around £6,000 to £8,000.

Luxury rehab centres and the likes of the Priory, for instance, are around £5000 per week or £700 per day. There are also many more low-cost drug rehabs available. Outpatient addiction treatment packages can be individually tailored to your budget.

Average Cost of Drug/Cocaine Rehab Per Week:

1-week rehab program: £1500+

2-week rehab program: £3000+

3-week rehab program:  £5000+

4-week rehab program: £6500+

Naturally, the price of your treatment may change if you need a treatment extension. You may decide to stay on for secondary care, for example. But we will give you a detailed breakdown of all costs beforehand so you can make an informed decision. Our aim is to make sure you feel confident and comfortable with your chosen treatment plan.

Ready To Accept Professional Cocaine Help?

If you are feeling hopeless and ready to accept help for your cocaine problem, rest assured you don’t have to do it alone. We have helped thousands of people to find their own personal recovery journey. Recovery truly is the gift that keeps on giving.

Our addiction advisors are either in recovery themselves or have relatives who are. We know first-hand the pain that comes with addiction. We are here to provide a free assessment and advise you of your treatment options. We are dedicated to helping you achieve long-term recovery from cocaine and will find a treatment package that gives you the best chance of recovery success.

You can overcome cocaine addiction with the right treatment and support. Choose to take action today and regain control of your everyday life.  Call us now for a confidential, no-obligation, chat.

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